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Spidey: an mRNA-to-genomic alignment program.

Spidey is a tool for aligning one or more mRNA sequences to a given
genomic sequence. It was written with two main goals in mind:
1) find good alignments regardless of intron size
2) avoid getting confused by nearby pseudogenes and paralogs.

The following programs provide a GUI to run spidey:

This is just repackaging of precompiled binaries:
- x86 platform: the executable is provided by upstream (NCBI).
- x86_64 platform: the executable is kindly provided by the UniPro
Ugene project, where it is part of their External Tools meta-package.

Maintained by: Petar Petrov
Keywords: spidey,ncbi,perlprimer,alignment,biology


Source Downloads (32bit):
spidey.linux.gz (2e56ef2e4fcf57eca266fb1b3bb56c7e)

Source Downloads (64bit):
spidey.linux.64.gz (79f1f95976346e0d0f5c7f717deac176)

Download SlackBuild:
spidey.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Individual Files:

See our HOWTO for instructions on how to use the contents of this repository.

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